About TXTURE Magazine

TXTURE is a print & digital publication that was created in 2013,
by former celebrity makeup artist Monifa Coffee. Monifa founded TXTURE to highlight the naturalistas & cultural enthusiasts, that represent a growing community of women and men who are becoming more creative and bold in voicing their views, and opinions on black beauty & black culture.
Sold in 300+ locations nationwide, TXTURE continuously aims to strengthen the community; while redefining the narrative in black media and the visual content that is displayed in its representation.

It is fresh.  It is original.  It is inspiring.


Bunnie Turner

Fajr Strong

Fajr is a Native Detroit that studied advertise design at College for Creative Studies - currently working in the process on opening a children’s artgallery in Detroit, MI.Twitter: urbano_femminilInstagram: 3galleries

Diamond Divani

I’m Diamond Divani, founder of my self titled blog Diamonddivani.com, and contributer writer for TXTURE Magazine. Raised in a small town, Raleigh, NC, I’ve always had a niche for writing and creating. I have quite a bit of an obsession with style, beauty products, the beauty of natural hair, and lifestyle writing. A few years ago while living in New York, I was blessed with a few opportunities in the fashion as well as acting industry. From walking and attending shows for NYFW, to being an extra on Starz hit series "Power". Moving back home to NC, I have added a few things to my resume. Such as wardrobe styling clients, directing creative shoots, and working with local boutiques as their model. Over the years I have grown so much in my creative areas just as I am supposed to. Follow me as well as my journey on Instagram @diamonddivani.

Nadirah Naima

Nadirah Naima has always been that super witty quintessential "It Girl". Her writing and unique fashion is always on point. She's now married to an artist and dedicates her life to empowering her people. Check her out on social media @nadirah_naima

Ashlee Chance

Ashlee chance is an contributor writer at Txture magazine. She is a recent graduate of William Paterson University with a BA in journalism and public relations. Chance has a background in writing for local news and blogging about lifestyle, beauty & entertainment.

Tabitha Wiggins

For those of you who don’t know me, my name is Tabitha Wiggins but I go by Tabby, Tabs, Dear (gotta love my husband), and my favorite one of all…Mommy. I currently live in the metro Atlanta area with my husband of 7 years (love of my life for 12), and our 3 kids. You can check them out and all their quirks on our family page WiggedOut….I love my family, but enough about them…you came here to talk curls.


A collective of contributors we work with nationwide!

Brandis Snagg

NYC Writer. Fashion Stylist. Mother.

Ashira Provost

I was born in a small city Gardena, CA and went to school in Long Beach. Raised by a creative; I always remembered waking up to my mother curating songs lyrics, going through notebooks full of clever lyricism and metaphors or being disciplined with a lesson that usually was tied to a metaphor. Instinctively, writing budded at a young age, I started writing poetry when I was 6. By 8, I fell in love with sketching fashion designs and expressing myself through fashion. My passions blossomed to the present moment, I am now a lifestyle writer, fashion writer, wardrobe stylist and a young black conscious woman that’s going to give you a witty perspective on any subject that is thrown at me. You can follow my journey on Instagram: @_ashiraprovost.

Ashley Osbourne

Cali Girl. Creative.

Lucy Sams, Editor at large

 Lucy Sams is the Editor-At-Large for TXTURE Magazine. Whenever she isn't cloud-chasing or trip-taking you can find her moonlighting as a professional ghostwriter, copywriter, author, and advocate for the underdog. Explore the many facets of her world at www.Suavexor.com

MONIFA COFFEE, Editor in Chief

After 18+ years working in entertainment & media as a celebrity makeup artist working for Nickelodeon, VH1, BET & CNN, Monifa revamped her career and created TXTURE Magazine. She noticed a void in positive imargery within the black community, especially the images of the "Black Woman". So, she used her industry resources to publish TXTURE. Today, Monifa is sought after as a media industry go-to-girl for digital marketing, event activations and visual campaigns.